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Extending Eclipse monitoring, profiling, and testing functions
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Generic Recorder Framework

The Generic Recorder Framework (GRF) provides a common user interface experience for all users that record tests. The GRF simplifies the process of extending a recorder by including a reusable extension point. For example, you could define one custom set of wizard pages to reuse for multiple recorders.

The GRF is backwards-compatible with previous versions of the Test and Performance Tools Platform (TPTP).

The GRF includes the org.eclipse.hyades.test.core.Recorder extension point, for creating a new recorder. The extension point can be used to perform the following steps:

  1. Define the Recorder Message Provider.
  2. Define the Recorder Client Helper.
  3. Define the Wizard Page Provider.
  4. Define the Execution Options Provider.

The recorder user interface wizard records a session, generates a test from the recording, and then opens the test in the test editor.

For more information about these classes, see the generic recorder extension point documentation.


 
 
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